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... background. The helicopter pilot took us back and forth over the falls 3 times and did some fancy manoeuvre that allowed us to look directly down and over the falls. It kinda felt like we were going to fly straight down into them. After a short 10 minutes gazing over the falls we headed back to the landing pad and caught a bus back to the hostel. That night was your last night in Brazil so in true fashion we went out with a ...
... the water crashes around you. I was soaked for the rest of the day. The Brazil side was amazing but it's the Argentina side which is the most spectacular. The following day I went on a tour with a top notch group of lads from Manchester: the World Cup has created, as one guy called it, a 'sausage fest' and there are still very few female travellers to be seen. I'm not complaining too much. Major flooding has ripped away large parts of the walkways on this side ...
... on the importance of protecting these rare species.
This was not your usual bird park. The aviaries were massive, replicating the species natural environment with plenty of space to fly around. Each 'enclosure' had two doors to pass through so the birds couldn't fly out as you entered – and it was beautifully presented and
I'm never a great fan of birds in cages, but this was nothing like the ...
... actually are. Now completely drenched we had lunch and prepared for our jet boat ride into the falls. Unfortunately they take you on a 40 min safari ride to get there that had an open roof, so after surviving the torrential rain and cold we boarded our jet boat. Adrenalin quickly warmed us up as we tackled the raging river below, before entering not one waterfall, but 4, amazing!!! We returned drenched, ...
... second hand and hand made stuff. In between Ricoleta and the cemetery, I think the only cemetery in the world where tourists go on-purpose to take pictures for its beauty and uniqueness. How to forget the passion for futbol: each team has its own stadium so, only in Buenos Aires you have 5 different massive stadiums. La Bomboniera (Boca’s) and Monumental (River’s) are the 2 biggest.
Every night we have been in a different bar and then ...